Top Posts 2011

Happy 2012 everyone! 2011 flew by just like that. Are you wondering what the most popular posts were for the past year? Here are the “Top 10” by “Number of Views” for 2011.

#1 Burger #365 – Cake 3657 Views
#2 Bonus Burger365 – Chewbacca 1943 Views
#3 Burger Profile: Wimpy 1148 Views
#4 Burger #357 – Mom Heart Tattoo Design 971 Views
#5 Burger #158 – Melted Crayons 919 Views
#6 Burger Profile: Jughead Jones 908 Views
#7 Amazing In-N-Out Burger Cupcakes 775 Views
#8 Burger #3 – ASCII 638 Views
#9 Burger #351 – Flip Flops 552 Views
#10 Burger #270 – Andy Warhol Style 476 Views

Thanks everyone for checking out this site and following along. For 2012, I’m planning on scaling down a bit, since it’s definitely getting tougher to find more good burger content (and PostADay2011 is complete). Look out for updates every Monday (except tomorrow), Wednesday, and Friday with occasional goodies spread in here and there. Hopefully this will allow me to spend more time on creating better content. Le’ts make 2012 another “Year of the Burger”! ([])

Hamburger Airstream

Wouldn’t it would be great to see this Airstream coming down the street…

More cool painted stuff here:

Airstream (kitchen) trailer painted to look like a hamburger. 2004 photo: Victoria Sebanz


Hamburger Ear Buds with Matching Pouch

Here’s another set of music ear buds for those who like sticking hamburgers in their ears…

Found at Hot Topic … again.


Hamburger Cavey

What is a “Cavey” you ask? Caveys are little plush, handmade, collectible guinea pigs created by “A Little Stranger” in the UK.

We saw this lil’ hamburger guy at Designer Con in November, and of course had to share him here.

For more info on Caveys, check out the website here:

Hugo, the Lost Hamburger

Hamburgers can get lost? I’m sure he would find a home inside someone’s belly real quick…


Hugo was once a mascot steak sitting on the windowsill of a butcher’s shop in New York City. His job was simple: Sitting pretty and doing his very best to entice customers to the shop. He was made employee of the year, year after year and this made Hugo very arrogant. He wanted to venture out and see what the city has to offer. He felt that he would be better off elsewhere, he was much too good for Mr. Rosalby’s butcher’s shop. One day, through the cruel hand of fate, he found himself transformed to a hamburger and lost in the city! We see the start of his adventure in the city. Has Hugo finally found happiness being on his own in the Big Apple? Or was the grass greener on the other side?


Jumbo Hamburger Pillow

Yet another version of the hamburger pillow. =)

[Image: The Home Textile]

Burger Stereo Headphones

Anyone get these “Burger Stereo Headphone” for Xmas?

Found at Hot Topic:

Hamburger Xmas Tree

Merry Christmas everyone! It would have been nice to receive this Fuddruckers gift card for the holiday.

[Image: Gift Card Collector]

Archie & Jughead’s Burger Time

What would happen if Archie and Jughead had starred in an 8-bit video game? Chris Sims from Comics Alliance created imagined a game like “Burger Time”.

Check out the full article and other great comic/8-bit crossovers here:

[Image: Comics Alliance]

Snoopy Hamburger Magnet

Snoopy looks pretty happy that he has a hamburger…


Hamburger Stacking Puzzle

Need a last minute educational Christmas gift? You might be able to get this puzzle in time?

[Image: Friendly Mantis]

Dancing Hamburger

Who remembers this classic burger scene from the movie “Better Off Dead”?

Mutant Wood Burger Bunny

Last month, Joe Ledbetter released the Mutant Burger Bunny Print.  Now, in collaboration with Secret Fresh, The Loyal Subjects have created this wood version of the “Burger Bunny”.

Check out the full article here at Vinyl Pulse.

[Image: Vinyl Pulse]


Cheeseburger Plush Slippers

Too bad these are sold out, but would be been great for the winter season…

[Image: Hot Topic]

Doraemon Plush with Burger

Who wants this cute Doraemon plush holding a hamburger?

Burger by Green Toys

From Green Toys:

It’s lunchtime at your favorite eating spot! With the Green Toys Sandwich Shop young chefs can open their own imaginary deli and take orders, create sandwiches and serve guests. This 15-piece, stackable, mix-and-match play food set comes with all the fixings to create two complete sandwiches. Each realistic part is made in the USA from food-safe, 100% recycled plastic milk containers which save energy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Interchangeable with other Green Toys stacking play food products. Fits on Green Toys kitchen sets. Set includes two bread slices, bun top and bottom, burger patty, fillet, two cheese slices, lettuce leaf, tomato, two sets of onions, one red pepper, one set of pickles, and Sandwich Shop order form. No BPA, PVC, phthalates, or external coatings. Meets FDA food contact standards. Dishwasher safe. Serve up some Good Green Fun™!

[Image: Green Toys]

Hamburger Chocolate Lollipop

A chocolate lollipop painted like a hamburger? Order me up some…

[Image: Rottie Princess]

Burger Dress by Christina

Christina created this burger dress for her Halloween costume and shared it with us. She writes, “The lettuce was probably my favorite veggie on the dress. I simply used a knit polyester type fabric and gathered using elastic down the center. ”

She completed her look with this purse that looks like a box of fries as well. Awesome!

Thanks for sharing!  Check out more info and photos here:

[Images: Stacie Chadwick]